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  1. For fucks sake. Do you want help or not? The screenshot shows me 3 parts of fuckall. We need - Filenames. (And I mean the EXACT filenames). The Operating System used. Any foreign Language packs installed. The CUE file in text format. If you want help, then help us by giving us any information you can give us. I've got better things to to do than play fucking guessing games. If you want help (and it's obvious that you do) give us what we need so we can help you fix your particular problem. We're here to help you but you're not making it easy.


    Calm down. All relevant information can be seen on the screenshot. So if you're not extremely dumb you should be able to reproduce it with EASE. I also don't need YOUR help but the one of the developer ("LIGHTNING UK!").




    The & is being translated into an accelerator character.


    Consider it fixed.


    Thanks! :thumbup:



    FIXED (

  2. unreadable...blurred...screwed up...fucked.


    Maybe your browser fucks it up (resizing to smaller size) when viewing it!? No problems here with it. If you're using Firefox -> click on the image to view it at original 1:1 size ... or hit CTRL+0 to reset the website scaling to original size ... or ...

  3. Currently if you have an empty CD-R in your drive, ImgBurn still lists speeds from 1x up to 56x. Why?



    Wouldn't it be nice if the "Write Speed" dropdown only would show the speeds that your drive is capable of, minus the not supported speeds for the media?



    Say I have a drive which can write 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x and 32x. The media I want to write just supports 4x, 8x and 16x:



    => now ImgBurn should only show










    Makes sense?

  4. Doesn't that just disable themes or something?


    i don't know as i don't use the new design themes in xp.



    You could do that via the compatibility options when you right click the program exe.


    no as this doesn't fix the flickering menus and checkboxes. the "fix" with this manifest file does.

  5. I just found the reason. My own mistake, sorry.


    I've put a imgburn.EXE.MANIFEST text file with this


    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
    <trustInfo xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v2">


    content into my ImgBurn folder. And this caused the tooltip problem.



    I've did this because I got this hint from the developer of Total Commander to solve/workaround a flickering problem with Nvidia graphiccard drivers on rotated displays. This flickering also is there in ImgBurn and it was "fixed" by my imgburn.EXE.MANIFEST too. But obviously it introduced new problem(s) ;)



    http://www.ghisler.ch/board/viewtopic.php?t=19033 (if you can read german - my username is "Dandruff" there)

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